ENGIE and Gamuda Land partners for sustainable townships development

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Chu (centre) and Baudlot (fourth from right) at the MoU signing ceremony with their respective team members formalising the partnership.

Chu (centre) and Baudlot (fourth from right) at the MoU signing ceremony with their respective team members formalising the partnership.

PETALING JAYA: Property developer Gamuda Land and French multinational energy company ENGIE have announced a strategic partnership to accelerate the development of low-carbon townships in Malaysia. 

Under the partnership, ENGIE Services Malaysia and Gamuda Land will collaborate on the exploration and implementation of solar technologies, energy efficiency and sustainable transportation solutions in Gamuda Land’s townships. This includes the development of rooftop solar installations and green transportation infrastructure for the townships of Gamuda Cove in Kuala Langat, Gamuda Gardens in Rawang, and twentyfive7 in Kota Kemuning by 2024.

The partnership is aligned with Gamuda’s sustainability framework, Gamuda Green Plan, which charts tangible targets for the company to reduce its carbon emissions intensity by 30% by 2025 and by 45% by 2030.

ENGIE Energy Solutions chief executive officer and APAC country head Thomas Baudlot said they look forward to helping Gamuda Land realise its sustainability target, while Gamuda Land chief executive officer Chu Wai Lune said the partnership with ENGIE will serve as a springboard for the company to pursue wider energy efficient opportunities. 

“We designed and planned our townships with a target to achieve at minimum a 30% overall reduction in carbon emission as compared to the business-as-usual design. As such, Gamuda Land is always on the lookout for innovative ideas and methods that can be implemented to increase the sustainability of our townships. This partnership with ENGIE will serve as a springboard for us to pursue a wider scope of energy-efficient opportunities that can complement our carbon reduction efforts,” said Chu. 

Gamuda Cove, Gamuda Gardens and twentyfive7 have achieved five, four and three-diamond recognition accordingly in the Low Carbon City Framework Design by the Natural Resources, Environment and Climate Change Ministry, with Gamuda Cove being the first private township to receive this recognition.


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